TOP 5 Seafood Restaurants in Bournemouth

The Perks of Being a Pescaterian has been on a mission. We scouted the famous coast of Bournemouth and found five amazing spots to please all your senses. Here’s our top picks, featuring great food and amazing atmosphere.

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WESTBEACH

With the best view of the ocean, this little modern yet cosy restaurant is a spiritual sanctuary for relaxation and fun. Thanks to the floor to ceiling glass, you can admire the sea whilst enjoying top quality service and food.

We Recommend: Linguine ai gamberi – tiger prawns cooked with garlic, chilli and splash of white wine, with linguine pasta

CRAB

A little more on the pricey side, this restaurant is situated 2 minutes from the pier. With a romantic setting like this, it’s a great place to impress on a first date. Expect to spend between £50-£100 per person on a three course meal though.

We recommend: It wouldn’t be called Crab if it didn’t serve the best crab in town, would it?

ARBOR RESTAURANT

If you’re keen on local treasures and freshness, this is the place to go to. With a dynamic and provoking mix of classic and contemporary dishes, Arbor only uses the highest quality shellfish in the south west coast, straight from port to plate.

We Recommend: Chef’s Seafood Plate

TURTLE BAY

With a mix of reggae music, delicious spices and a very chilled atmosphere, stepping into this place will make you feel like you’ve left behind rainy England. Known for the excellent customer service and the true spirit of Jamaica, Turtle Bay is for the lovers of spicy food.

We Recommend: Caribbean fish curry

OCEAN CITY

If you like seafood and you are a fan of Asian cuisine as well, then grab a notepad and drop down the name. Ocean City offers the most amazing well-presented variety of steamed, baked, grilled and curried food, all in a surreal fairly-tale setting.

We Recommend: Steamed Sea Bass with Ginger and Spring Onion

 

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